Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 179, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 31, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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DRUMRIGHT EVE XING DERRICK
SATI BDAY, DEC. "1, 1921
THE M. & K. STORE
Extends the heartiest wishes to
t heir many friends that they may
enjoy a happy healthful New
M. & K. STORE
M. J. Massad, Prop.
^OR OIL TARIFF
V,r •• -
\t#i isaS?-i*yp ,
NEW YEAR'S GREETifiiGS
| INSURANCE protection is SOUND business.
x Make your property .sale.
START 1!>22 RIGHT
j Insure with the
L E. SHANKS INSURANCE AGENCY
. Our l est wishes are ex-
tended you for a Happy
' Prosperous New Year.
NEW MIDGET CONFECTIONERY
Fresh Candies all year 'round
Asks Measure for Protection
of Producers; Would Save
Washington, Dec*. 31.—Varying du-
ll* ■ on < rude oil were proponed be-
los ■ the senate finance committee
Thursday by epokesmen for mid-.
< ( "tinent producers and all duties
were opposed by American producers
<•1 '-rating in Mexico and representa-j
j tires of various classes of oil con-;
turners in this country.
Renewing the fight for a tariff
levy which was lost in the house by
.tii overwhelming vote, Senator Hgr-j
!, republican, Oklahoma, said lie
sat: fled with the original rate-,
j proposed by tlie ways and nutans com j
nittee. cents a barrel on (rude audi
i 2' Tents a barrel on fuel. Senator,
< i!• ti- f Kausa- a repubtT an mem-;
her of the finance committee, has in-,
j in duced an amendment to the tariff
| bill proposing these duties.
Urgen $1 Duty
! \ duty of $1 a barrel was urged byi
! Harry H. Smith of Tulsa. Okla, BSC-1
iet?irv nf the Mid Continent Oil ^na
(Jas association, who said this would
equalise the difference in the costs
f production in Mexico and in the
mid-continent fields. W. H. (iray of
Ti representing the National As-
' iti<m of Independent Oil Produc-
suggestod no specific rates but
urged that the people be enpowered
to a ^ess a duty equivalent to the
combined import and export levies
I i«o, Columbia and Venezuela,
hi which the chief American im-
Spokesmen for the domestic pro-
dn "is said, and some members of
the committee agreed that the mid-
(ontinent industry was in bad condi-
tion .r this time. Mr. Smith saTd that
" oeo small wells could not con-
tinue in operation at present prices
■iml that a tariff ought to be enacted
both as a protection and a conserva-
Opponents of a duty on oil said a
tariff protection was not necessary
Mi'I would serve only to increase the
priep to all consumers. They laid par-
ticular -tress upon what they said
Mild he the effect on* the farmers,
the merchant marine, the navy, the
. n uniers of manufactured gas, rail-
roads and industries using oil for fuel
and upi ti the users of automobiles,
trucks and tractors.
Ir al*o was urged by the opponents
that higher priced oil would increase
tlie cost of and retard road building
and building operation* alt over the
country and that since the govern-
ment aided in (onstnictiDK the roads
it would have to pay part of the duty.
This a!*o Avas true, they said, with
respect to oil used l>y the navy.
BALFOUR TO SAIL FOR
HOME JANUARY 14
Washinvton, Dec. 31.—Definite de-
rision was made by Arthur J. Balfour
head of the British arms conference
delegation, to sail for home January
M Sir Auckland (iedde, British am-
bassador, will wind up the remaining
conference matters. The decision an-
nounced by the British delegation
spokesman is Interpreted as further
indication of an early conclusion of
In British circles today it was said
that much further progress cf settle-
ment of the I'V Kastern Questions is
not to l>e expected, Inasmuch as the
conference clearly indicated the ad-
herence to the general principles set
up in the four Root resolutions.
I OUR NEW YEAR OFFER TO
I YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN
® If you have been hesitating to enroll in :i hit ine-s college on .account
B of being short ot fund-. Hf9 ll tli.it WiU intcnM >< u.
■ The TULSA BUSIN'KSS COLLKC.K is just rounding out its tweney-
m one years' service in helping young men and young women get
_ started on tketr way to success, ;in-i .ts aa apprei i.-«t i«m of ilia loyal
support and splendid patronage aeoorded this institution, we desire
t< express our appreciation by allowing FIFTY « set-king young
® men and young women a special in duction in tuition rates.
^ A SAVING OF FROM 32.25 TO 50.00
m Kuch of the fifty students enrolling between now and January 15th
g aril reeeive 1 reduction of IS p<-n • nt or NKHfOVtil Off th" flfldU
_ rates «>t tuition. Tins naaBS • savioip of from 9SUI t« $50.00 on
_ (i.r regular day courses. Tuition may be paid cash in advance or
on easy monthly payments udd-ltoiir employninit can be secured
® lor a number of out-of-town students who d- ire to earn their liv-
® ing expenses while in school.
HERE IS A REAL ONE
London, Dec. 31.—Newspapers pub-
lish the following; as an official an-
nouncement by Austin Stack. Sinn
Fein Home Affairs Secretary':
"Permits to emigrate cannot be is-
sued to persons who have left Ire-
land without them."
« ■ ■
AS A NEW YEAR GREETING
We trust that you will have a successful
and prosperous year. If we have been
able to render you any service during
1921 we are glad of that. We wish to
give our assurance that it will be our ear-
nest endeavor during 1922 to merit your
continued good will.
\ A, E AYERS
Wall Paper and Paints
OUR REMARKABLE ATTRACTIVE
PROGRAM OF SALES
FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF JANUARY
TYPIFIES OUR DESIRE TO HE OF MAX- I
The offering's planned are certain to make t
Hundreds of new friends for the house of •!•'
We Thank You
C OLLECTIVELY AND INDIVIDUALLLY
For your liberal patronage and extend our heartiest
wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FOR YOU AND YOURS
We wish to express our gratitude for your pat-
•i >n:during the past year and to say that our friends
,'iv.i 11 -tmners are counted among the chief assets of
We trust the year has brought many blessings to
you and that the new one will be even more blessed than
any we have yet experienced.
May we ever keep in mind the source of all happ-
iness and our duty and privilege to serve those about us.
First National Bank
Ufght now, while thousands of untrained men and women roam
the streets of our cities in search of employment, there continues
to be a good steady demand for well (iiialified business men aiul busi
ness women. Even though all day laborer in the factory may be
laid off, the office end of the business must and does continue to
function. lira in workers always have the advantage over the
i -uscle workers. You can be in either class, depending tipon your
decision and action
A large number of new students will begin their courses January
2, and if you can possibly begin then be sure to do so. Rut even
though you may not be ready to begin Immediately, you may still
take advantage of our liberal offer and begin six months after date
by making a small deposit on your course before January 15th. (Jet
'in touch with us immediately. Call at our office if possible. Ask
for either Mr. Smith or Mr. Guise or Mr. Newland. 109-11 E. Third
Street, Tulsa, Okla.
TULSA BUSINESS COLLEGE
(An Accredited Commercial School)
m a m m ■ ■ c
I B V B B I
NEW YEARS GREETINGS
We greet our many friends with
good wishes for the coming New
H. H, LEWIS
WITH ALL THE GOOD WISHES
For the greatest essentials of
life—health, happiness and pros-
perity, we wish you for the dawn-
• ■fr'K* *H* !♦ •fryv1
Jeweler and Optician
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Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 179, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 31, 1921, newspaper, December 31, 1921; Drumright, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc163602/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.